Part 1 SC 2014 Vol Briefing

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Volunteer Briefing:

Volunteer Briefing Real Insurance Spring Cycle 19 th October 2014

Briefing Agenda:

Briefing Agenda Event Overview The Route The Sites Volunteer Information

Event Overview:

Event Overview Sunday 19th October 31 st year of Spring Cycle 10 000+ participants 3 ride options The Real Insurance SPRING CYCLE is the flagship event for the Cycling & Wellbeing Festival and Sydney Rides Festival . Ride the Bridge. Ride Sydney.

Event Sponsors and Partners:

Event Sponsors and Partners

Partners and Supporters:

Partners and Supporters



The Route:

The Route

PowerPoint Presentation:

Cut off times 9 :30am – Sydney Olympic Park (finish of first 55kms) 11 :30am – Criterium loops completed (finish of final 45kms) Spring Cycle’s 100km Challenge Ride is designed for everyone (including young adults aged 16yrs+) looking to test themselves and challenge their long-distance cycling endurance. After taking in 50kms of Sydney’s iconic landmarks including riding across the Sydney Harbour Bridge and traversing the Inner West, Challenge Riders test their skill and endurance repeating a 4km loop around a Sydney Olympic Park circuit. Compete against yourself, your friends, your colleagues – or be in it for the fun of an event not seen before in NSW.

PowerPoint Presentation:

  Cut off times 9:30am – Pirrama Park Rest Stop 12.00pm – Sydney Olympic Park cycleway (Victoria Road entrance) (short-cut route activated ) ***11.30am advertised to riders 1:00pm – Olympic Boulevard Finish Spring Cycle’s 55km Polygon Classic Ride is ideal for everyone looking for an adventure and takes in the best of Sydney’s iconic landmarks including riding across the Sydney Harbour Bridge, before taking riders through the Inner West and onto the festival finish at Sydney Olympic Park.

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Cut off times 8:30am – North Sydney Train Station (riders redirected to bridge) 9:00am – Sydney Harbour Bridge 10:30am – Cahill Expressway 11:00am – Sussex Street at King Street (redirected over Pyrmont Bridge) 11:30am – Pirrama Park Finish Spring Cycle’s 15km Sydney Rides the City is a family-friendly ride ideal for the novice and social rider who want to experience the thrill of riding through some of Sydney’s most iconic landmarks. It starts at St. Leonards Park in North Sydney, rides over the Sydney Harbour Bridge and finishes at the festival finish site Pirrama Park, Pyrmont .


Sectors Page 6 manual Roles Team Leaders Start Point End Point Hours of Operation Meeting Point Volunteer Shift Train Station Assistant Di Fielding Jack Hammer North Sydney Train Station North Sydney Train Station 6am - 8.30am Station Masters Office - North Sydney Train Station 5am - 9am Start Site Assistant David Anderberg Alan Randal Danny Mok St Leonards Park St Leonards Park 6am - 8.30am Volunteer Tent St Leonards Park 5am - 10am Registration Desk Abigail Sia Mary Bagtas St Leonards Park St Leonards Park 6am - 8.30am Volunteer Tent St Leonards Park 5am - 9am Sector A Route Marshal - 4.7kms Joe Farrugia START - Miller Street nr. Carlow Street, North Sydney Conservatorium Rd/ Macquarie Street 6am - 9.15am Nth Sydney Train Station 5.30am - 9.45am Sector B Route Marshal - 4.2kms Doug Draper Conservatorium Rd/Macquarie Street Bridge Street/ Conservatorium Road 6am - 10.30am Martin Place Train Station 5.30am - 11am Sector C Route Marshal - 4.8kms Philip Johnston Bridge Street/Conservatorium Road Sussex Street/ Hay Street 6.15am - 10.45am Observatory Hill 5.45am - 11.15am Sector D Route Marshal - 5km Gordon Mai Sussex Street/Hay Street Harris Street/ Thomas Street, Pyrmont 6.30am - 10.45am Exhibition Centre Light Rail Stop 5.50am - 11.15am City Finish Site Assistant Noel Patterson Pirrama Park Pirrama Park 6.30am - 2pm Volunteer Tent Pirrama Park 5.30am - 12pm Sector E Route Marshal - 3.6kms Kirsten Karbowiak Harris Street/Thomas Street, Pyrmont Jubilee Park Oval (prior to bridge cross) 6.45am - 11.30am Wentworth Park Light Rail 6.00am - 12pm Sector F Route Marshal - 4km Lencia Macleod Jubilee Park Oval (after bridge crossing) Canal Road/ Hawthorne Canal Bridge Crossing 6.45am - 12pm Central Station - driver pick up to meet. Alternatively Jubilee Park Oval (after bridge crossing) 5.50am - 12.30pm Sector G Route Marshal - 5.2kms Les Robinson Hawthorne Canal bridge crossing/Richard Mudden cycleway Halliday Park Water Stop/ Udall Avenue, Five Dock 7am - 12pm Strathfield Train Station 6.10am - 12.30pm Halliday Park Water Stop Site Assistant Maureen Robinson Halliday Park Halliday Park 7.15am - 12pm Volunteer Tent Halliday Park 6am - 1pm


Sectors Page 6 manual

Route Support:

Route Support Last Riders Sweep Bus Ride Crew Police and Ambulance St Johns

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